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John Stephens visionary art... a lot like that place all of humanity was marched off to

John Stephens visionary art... a lot like that place all of humanity was marched off to

by Luis Tamani Amasifuen. He is a shaman and visionary painter who documents his encounters with the plant teacher, Mother Ayahuasca

by Luis Tamani Amasifuen. He is a shaman and visionary painter who documents his encounters with the plant teacher, Mother Ayahuasca

Visionary Art Paintings | Jan Betts: Expat Visionary Artist Thriving and Painting in the ...

Visionary Art Paintings | Jan Betts: Expat Visionary Artist Thriving and Painting in the ...

Drawings and paintings by artist David Theron. Found via the April Reader Submissions post. More images below.           David Theron’s Website

Drawings and paintings by artist David Theron. Found via the April Reader Submissions post. More images below. David Theron’s Website

Salvador Dalí Artist - Paintings | ... in Surrealistic Painter and Follower of Salvador Dali José Roosevelt

Salvador Dalí Artist - Paintings | ... in Surrealistic Painter and Follower of Salvador Dali José Roosevelt

Set of 4 Alice in Wonderland Antique Book page Art Prints A4-Nursery Set 2 Pink

Details about Set of 4 Alice in Wonderland Antique Book page Art Prints A4-Nursery Set 2 Pink

Set of 4 Alice in Wonderland Antique Book page Art Prints A4-Nursery Set 2 Pink

Asherah’s name means “Lady of the Sea,” “Tree of Life,” “She Who Gives Birth” and for the Caananites, “Mother of the Gods.” In reference to the Tree of Life, an object called an Asherah was a sacred pole carved out of the terebinth tree and placed next to the altars of Yahweh, thus worshipping both the mother and the father at once. Her own specific places of worship were on hilltops, (called "High Places" in the Bible), and in forests and groves.

Asherah’s name means “Lady of the Sea,” “Tree of Life,” “She Who Gives Birth” and for the Caananites, “Mother of the Gods.” In reference to the Tree of Life, an object called an Asherah was a sacred pole carved out of the terebinth tree and placed next to the altars of Yahweh, thus worshipping both the mother and the father at once. Her own specific places of worship were on hilltops, (called "High Places" in the Bible), and in forests and groves.

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